Juniper Springs Recreation Area
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJuniper Springs Recreation Area Silver Springs
Even though the nights were below freezing and we had no way to heat our camper . . . the overall experience was fabulous.
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... emissions valve on the engine. Then we continued on the the RV dealer to have the hubcap replaced. They charged us $250 for having to express ship it even though it was their fault. We decided to stay in Sarasota and leave this morning instead. While waiting for the RV to be worked on, these Sandhill cranes came by for a ...
another fire cooked dinner. The next day, she headed for a friends
house in Ocala while I headed north for Canada.
Made fairly good time going up the east
side and was lucky to be just behind a large storm front with strong
winds. Spent a night at a rest area and was over the border late the
... lucky that someone had just returned a full set of ladies clubs in a bag. I keep them until 5 pm Monday - not bad! Of course I had some great shots and some not so great shots on the course and was suitably tired after the 9 holes - this after morning lesson. And I have golfer's elbow for my efforts!
Also after the lesson we attended (among 700 apparently) the Bicycle Expo at the Sea Breeze Rec Centre. We drove ...
... was up early this morning to play golf at Bacall and Mum and I went to Sumter Landing to catch a trolley tour. Even I learned that are at least 55,000 golf carts in the Villages and that the Villages started 50 years ago. I think it is safe to say that Mum is impressed with the size and neatness of landscaping for the whole area.
After lunch we went to the Colonial Days Festival at ...
... through the historic/shopping/arts/and food sections of town regaling poor Marty with our recollections of B&Bs, former meals, tours etc. We have now been to St. A. three times!!
Lunch was enjoyed at Columbia. We indulged in a tapas sampler - garlic shrimp, mussels and red peppers were our choices. I'd have loved to have some Sangria but our waiter led us to believe that the bar didn't open until 1 pm even though people around us seemed to ...